What Makes Kwikstage Scaffolding One of the Most Commonly Used Scaffolding in Australia?

July 19, 2019

The scaffolding industry in Australia has grown beyond all expectations over the last few years. Presumably, the expansion is taking place as a response to our nation's own accelerated infrastructural developments. At any rate, if this progress gradient is to be sustained, safely sustained, premier scaffolding solutions are needed. Tested as safe, commended by contractors and DIY enthusiasts alike, Kwikstage scaffolding has earned its place here as Australia's scaffolding headliner.

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Short-term or Long-Term Scaffolding Hire: Choosing the Best Option for Construction Projects

July 4, 2019

Since scaffolding configurations can be so flexible, why can't the same be said for a hiring contract? Let's use timeframe planning to illustrate this need. A residential painter needs a two-tier scaffold for a few days, a week at the most, to refresh the trimming on a few homes.

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What Does a Prefabricated Scaffolding Mean?

June 19, 2019

Prefabricated Scaffolding employs pre-made and purpose-shaped elements. Those parts erect faster because the Prefab sections are already formed and locked into single-piece frame segments. In a nutshell, this is extreme-edge system modularity at its finest.

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Scaffolding Hire Services for Building Extension Projects in Victoria

June 6, 2019

It's true, old turn-of-the-century buildings in Victoria are finding a new lease on life. Far too cherished and historically prized to ever consider removing, those treasured edifices are instead being provided with additional living space.

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What is the Height Requirement for a Guard Rail in a Scaffolding?

May 16, 2019

While it's true that scaffolding workers are rarely all be the same height, the guard rails that protect their movements must comply with a height requirement statute, although there's some wriggle room to be found here.

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How Wide Should Scaffolding Platforms and Walkways Be?

May 1, 2019

Stomping across decking boards in steel-toed work boots, it's obvious that not every individual who's working on-high can boast catlike reflexes. That's one reason for keeping scaffolding platforms wide.

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Residential Improvement Projects that Require Scaffolding

April 17, 2019

Scaffolding towers aren't locked up inside big construction sites. No, like any other adaptable equipment type, the framework can acclimatize to suit a dozen other useful applications.

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Safe Practices in Scaffold Dismantling: What are They?

April 2, 2019

Just for a moment, as a temporary scaffolding tower begins its dismantling phase, parts of that structure become part of the fall hazard problem.

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Reasons Why Small Access Scaffold Tower is the Better Alternative When Doing Roof Work

March 21, 2019

Straight to the point, ladders are not an inherently safe work-at-height equipment form. That statement applies to flat-surface work, and it applies doubly so to roof work.

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Suspended Swing Stage Scaffolds Requirements

March 5, 2019

It's not easy to maintain a sense of equilibrium when working upon suspended swing stage scaffolds. Elsewhere, on other buildings, the scaffolding work starts on the ground and is erected upwards.

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Is There a Weight Limit for Temporary Scaffold Platforms?

February 25, 2019

While it is true that scaffolding platforms are temporary constructs, they always incorporate a vitally important, absolutely permanent safety factor.

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Erecting and Dismantling Birdcage Scaffolding

February 14, 2019

Just as a quick reminder, birdcage scaffolding is built as an equally sized frame. The structure is squarish and built to stand independently, away from the walls and support surfaces that normally steady a temporary scaffolding tower.

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Scaffold Accidents: What Can Happen When You Hire Unreliable Scaffolding?

January 31, 2019

Every construction site worker has heard a scaffolding horror story. In fact, new workers are shown examples of what can go wrong when they have a scaffolding-related accident.

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How Often Should Scaffolding Be Inspected and Checked for Safety?

January 15, 2019

There's a simple answer to this question, and there's a not-so-simple answer. Let's clarify that vague opening statement a little. A periodic inspection is mandated. The checks look for impact damage, fastener and anchoring loosening, and external hazards.

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